Boston College Eagles defensive lineman Jaryd Rudolph has been suspended from the team after allegedly "secretly making an audio recording of two students having sex," the Associated Press reports. The alleged event occurred on Feb. 15, when Rudolph is accused of making a recording on his cell phone and passing it around to other students.
Comfortably, the creepiest arrest of the 2012 offseason thus far. BC Interruption notes Rudolph's status on the depth chart:
The junior made four stops last year for the Eagles in games against Virginia Tech, UCF and UMass. He appeared in six games as a true freshman during the 2010 season. Going into the spring game, Rudolph was not listed on the Eagles' two-deep at defensive tackle.
Rudolph has no criminal record otherwise, and was released on criminal recognizance. He's also now on university probation.